I’ve accepted an exciting position at NYC-based product development incubator Tanooki Labs. With an emphasis on Rails, Node.js, and HTML5 Tanooki Labs builds/hacks on interesting interesting products for small and mid-size technology companies. Journalism projects aside, Tanooki will be my primary gig for the foreseeable future and my inner tech geek […]
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[soundcloud url="http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/89915155" params="" width=" 100%" height="166" iframe="true" /] Interview with Maciej Ceglowski of Pinboard.in Maciej Ceglowski is the founder of Pinboard.in, an “anti-social” bookmarking site. As the social web evolves, some trends mature past the initial commodified service value to become strong cottage industries. A for-pay…
Audio Having someone like Ken visit KoPoint is a huge honor, and was a ton of fun. kopoint: Ken Segall Keeps it Simple | Win the Room Kelly Hadous Recorded live at KoPoint Ken Segall Keeps it Simple: Ken shares how win your room with simplicity. Bio From KenSegall.com: My […]
Mixing old tech with new: Playing analogue D&D via Roll20.net. The beginnings of something epic!
TechCrunch: SumAll Raises $6M For Cloud Connected Analytics Service, Including $500K For Charity To Better The World Through Data
Link: TechCrunch: SumAll Raises $6M For Cloud Connected Analytics Service, Including $500K For Charity To Better The World Through Data I’m unbelievably proud of the @SumAll team. I’ve seen more than my share of startups rise and raise. SumAll is unique. Over the past year I’ve had the opportunity to watch Dane, Korey, […]
After a long journey from Tampa to Charlotte, co-hosts Dan Patterson and Marc Lizoain are once again safely ensconced among the comforts of the DNC Google lounge.
I have a new tech startup. It’s called Breadlines. It’s a ‘fitness app’ for your mobile home ‘platform.’ Comrades: the United States economy gained a paltry 80 thousand jobs last month. This is down from a sad 125 thousand jobs (give or take) the month prior. To put this in […]
So right, it’s been a year or so and I have a few quick thoughts about Google+. In that year I’ve loved and hated this product. I care about this product because the Google+ experience is nigh unavoidable and many of their other products (GMail, Drive, Calendar) range from good to […]
Link: Apple, Foxconn Report Retracted by ‘This American Life’ kopoint: A report on conditions of Chinese workers who construct Apple Inc. (AAPL) products has been retracted by the radio program “This American Life,” which said the broadcast contained “errors.” “We’re retracting that story because we can’t vouch for its truth, and this […]
Link: aNewDomain: SXSW 2012: Rain, Crowds and the Banality of the Popular Over the past decade, tech culture has gone mainstream into pop culture. The size and influence of the SXSW Interactive conference has grown in concert with the popularity of tech culture. This year that change was painfully evident […]